TS Humberto “Not A Threat At This Time”

September 14, 2019 | 2 Comments

On the heels of devastating Hurricane Dorian, areas of the Bahamas are now [Sept 14] being affected by Tropical Storm Humberto with maximum sustained winds of 40 mph according to the National Hurricane Center.

The Bermuda Weather Service says the “closest point of approach to Bermuda within 72 hrs [3 days] is forecast to be 490 nm to the WSW, 6 am Tue, Sep 17, 2019. However, this system may move closer to Bermuda after this time period depending upon its track.”

The weather forecast says, “A trough linked to Tropical Storm Humberto will shift towards Bermuda on Tuesday and Wednesday, producing rain periods with possible thunderstorms. The latest Humberto forecast advisory intensifies the system as it moves in close proximity to the island mid-week.”

Graphic courtesy of Bermuda Weather Service:

TROPICAL STORM HUMBERTO Ad7 BWS

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  1. Onion_peels says:

    That looks like someone took a Sharpie and drew a second loop on the map.

    Has Agent Orange been playing with crayons again?

  2. Esme Esme says:

    To all those who live in gorgeous Bermuda: Although I hope that Humberto misses Bermuda, why not prepare a few things now, according to my friend “Justin Case”. Check in the old folks to make sure they have their meds etc. Fill your bottles with water now and get a good external charger for your cell phone.

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